Ergo vinum Belnense potuum est suavissimus, ita et saluberrimus.
Baudius called vin de beaulne, vinum deorum, the wine of the gods6.
Then, again, the Sweet Violet was used for the flavouring of wine—the "vinum violatum."
In vino veritas, said the ancients; and the principle holds good where there is no vinum, but only mild casserie.
Trahebat præterea mentes artifcio mirabili, vinum promittendo ægris.
Neutral saline mixture, chrystals of tartar, vinum chalybeat.
Convivales ludi tota Perside regibus purpuratisque cordi sunt: Babylonii maxime in vinum & qu ebrietatem sequuntur effusi sunt.
The ancient Latin v was pronounced as our w; vinum, winum; hence the English wine.
Good home-brewed beer has been styled by some vinum Britannicum, and by others liquid bread.
Another ending is “vinum scriptori reddatur de meliori” (“Let wine of the best be given to the writer”).